Author: Tom Crook

Tom Crook is Reader in Modern British History at Oxford Brookes University. He has published a number of books on social history and is currently writing a history of political corruption in modern Britain.


Non-voting: How to solve a growing Problem

Tom Crook

However we might feel about the merits of Proportional Representation (PR), or electoral alliances, the likelihood – indeed certainty – is that we think that non-voting is a bad thing. The right to vote has been hard won, after all. Think of the Chartists and the Suffragettes. Surely we should exercise this right? And voting […]